On an autumnal morning in 1975 an unwanted baby was left on the doorstep of a convent in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland. Raised by nuns and dubbed 'Sitezen' the child soon developed a passion for the haunting music of the sisters. Spurred on by the depraved sexual practices witnessed there he stayed well into his twenties, working mainly as a handyman and occasionally delivering God's (and sometimes Jesus') more private messages to each nun individually.
Secretly training in Cubase from his early teens on an Atari ST stolen from a dying parishioner, Sitezen worked extensively on creating musical patterns and textures inspired by his dark, sheltered existence. 'Slow Grey Nightmare' is the story of this boys life. Do not judge him.